Is it just me or does it feel like Google+ could be my central hub? I wonder when Google+Reader integration will show up?
Find information and news about FireFox; the open source darling of the browser community.
Watch you back Skype/Microsoft, Google is gunning for you. Alongside their social initiatives, Google is now implementing its open-source audio and video chat software into the Chrome browser, enabling users to chat in real-time without having to load up a secondary client like Skype.
The WebRTC (a la Google Talk via the browser) will certainly help the ChromeOS initiative, it’s one more piece of the “web as the OS” strategy coming into place. I also have to imagine that this will play VERY well in with Google’s new social initiative: Google+.
Windows/Mac/Linux and Android: I’ve heard mounting your Android phone to your computer to transfer files can be kind of a pain (I get mine next week!). Free Android app Awesome Drop lets you drag files from your computer onto your device over the web, no mounting necessary. Awesome Drop is quick, painless, and works from any computer.
Just open up the Awesome Drop app on your phone and enter the PIN it gives you in Awesome Drop’s web interface, accessible from any browser. The HTML5-powered webapp will then give you a window to which you can drag and drop any files you want, and they’ll automatically appear on your phone, ready for use. Check out the video for a demonstration.
Awesome Drop is a free download for Android devices, and works on nearly every browser.